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    Default Panfish Lures (What's worked for you)?

    We all have our favorites. What is yours?

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    For gils and bream I have had the best success using a beetle spin with a 1½" black with 2 yellow stripes split tail. Especially in our stained coastal rivers.
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    Can`t beat the Beetle spin ! use white, yellow and split tail yellow/ black when not using nightcralwers

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    Me too love em. Along with RoadRunners and RoosterTails.

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    Microspoons black mini spoon for me. The gills and ears love em. Plain or tip with a nibble.

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    Small jigs or flies work best for me, but live maggots are FAR better than any artificial bait I've ever seen.
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    Hey Chaunc, your pic says it all!!! I've definitely gotta try some of the Microspoons!!! I really like both Road Runners and Beetlespins as primary search lures and then once I've found the "Fleet" I'll go to more specialized lures and techniques (artificial worms, live crawlers under a slip float, artificial grubs, etc)


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    chaunc Where do I get my Microspoons?

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    I prefer smaller lures for gills. I used 1/32 foxee jigs for years and since they were discontinued i have gone with smaller lure/hooks. Also redworms on really small ice jigs or hooks work great. I usually stay at 1/100 oz or smaller. One of the deadliest jigs ive used if you can call it a jig is a turner jones scampi (1/500 oz) but they are $3 ea. I also added a bunch of really small daiichi fly hooks to all mt boxes recently. I slow fall sometimes really helps, also light weight seems to help peckers actually take it in.
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    chaunc Where do I get my Microspoons?
    Keith and Jessica are top notch !! Their website is microspoons.com

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